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After slaughterhouse fire, victims' families demand answers


A man eats at a hospital after being injured in a fire at a poultry slaughterhouse in Dehui, Jilin province, China, on June 4. Reuters reported at least 120 people died, and more than 70 were injured when fire engulfed a chicken processing plant in rural northeast China on Monday. Relatives of workers who were killed blocked traffic and scuffled with police on Tuesday, demanding answers to one of China's worst industrial disasters in recent years.  The world's second-largest economy has a poor record on workplace safety. Continue reading.

--Posted by Jonathan Sanger, NBC News

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